Engineering News

  • Recumbent bike for Aiden

    SEAS Students Build Custom Bike for Young Boy
    Gonzaga students work with 11-year-old Aiden Kemp to design and build a custom hand and electrical-powered recumbent bike.

  • Gonzaga receives EPA Grant

    Gonzaga Receives $15,000 EPA Grant to Aid Fire-Torn Okanogan County Residents
    Following the devastation wrought this summer by the Okanogan Complex of five wildfires, the largest in state history, Gonzaga Civil Engineering Professor Noel Bormann and his team of students have received a $15,000 Environmental Protection Agency grant to help minimize damage from future fires.

  • GU Students Help in Pavement Test

    GU Students Help in Pavement Test
    Gonzaga University seniors will lend their scientific know-how to the city of Spokane this year, doing field and laboratory work to test the properties and effectiveness of a new type of road material.

  • Ed and Bunny Renouard Distinguished Lecturer Series

    Ed and Bunny Renouard Distinguished Lecturer Series
    The School of Engineering and Applied Science will be hosting a distinguished lecturer series during the 2015-2016 academic year.  Dr. Daniel Fagnant, Assistant Professor, Civil Engineering - University of Utah, will give a lecture titled "Self-Driving Cars" on Thursday, October 15 at 5 p.m. in Wolff Auditorium.